Carl Pack was born in Tennessee in 1924, the son of Lillard Pharoah Pack and Anna Mae Humphrey.

Enlisted on December 31, 1940, in Fort McPherson, Atlanta, GA
-802nd Field Artillery Battalion
-Died non Battle
-Buried at Luxembourg American Cemetery in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

The Knoxville Journal, November 25, 1944
Pvt. Charles W. Pack, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.P. Pack, 156 Yankee Street, Burlington, was killed in action Oct. 29 at Alincourt, France, while attempting to wade a River, it has been reported by the War Department. Private Pack entered the service at the age of 17 and had served four years in the U.S. Army. He received training at Fort Benning, Ga., and had been overseas three months when he was killed. He was a member of Beverly Baptist Church. Survivors are his parents; two brothers and a sister. His father and a younger brother are employed now by the U.S. Navy,a nd the older brother, Pvt. Carl F. Pack is stationed at Camp Wheeler, Ga.

  • Rank: Private
  • Date of death: 29 October 1944
  • County: Knox
  • Hometown: Burlington
  • Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
  • Division/Assignment: 802nd Field Artillery Battalion
  • Theater: Europe
  • Conflict: World War II
  • Burial/Memorial Location: Luxembourg American Cemetery, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
  • Location In Memorial: Pillar VIII, Middle Panel
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